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Complete Poems, 1941-94

by Bikshu Sangharakshita

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The author has dedicated himself to helping people to transform their lives through his work as a Buddhist teacher and the medium of verse. In this collection, spanning more than half a century, he aims to combine the sensitivity of the poet with the vision born of a life of spiritual practice.

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